Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 9, 1908 · Page 3
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THE lOLA PAIIJ BEGIS^B^FBTOAXEpjlXGi^^OCTOg^^ ^^^^^^^^^ Every day du what day you that this is loja'sj rhig this Aiitumn season we expect to do sjpecial p go shopping youMI be sure to find a one best place to trade. Two Thousand Dollars Worth of Ladies', Misses and Children's Coats. I 'lioitldn'l illumine iiii>| li inUiiiHr lir.i' I 'l' r<';il> ii« |i>(>ti 111 l<'" >i «!• "AIII- kin'»\. <»<i'> ill'- i < r». I'lM- ili-tili. I i<''II »^ ^liur MOillil iifltT Mhh ii illu'«r lit I 111' «tTj llin-vliohl luii-f. >'airt our rlrrks iiv 'til;riliiliv llii« <>lji :lt ( li >:ll> '^:ili'. Kill livri-. vluircil ixilli iiur <-ll«l <i||i- i>l' I III' IIKHII'IS a|>;i('iil I" >iiii i|iv»iiiilh. liiT) liMri'ml" 111' ifii; it i-. inrni- IKir .it'd iij IIH'III. ^MMJTi'tt"' ( "iit' in i<»'ii n» " >(>!•• Ill" i'<«!I;ir^. iH'i\ ^li'i'M's. I |i!iiiii l.tilnri'il iitiil fiiiir. vutiii ii :iil,i>niiil IriiMiiM'il rt'/i'i'l«. • ..•;>.•',.: :r..A ....r;... • ,S:.'•'!:.: 1... i !ii •.!.' iir».m '(;)"'.'•'!'.'ifi.'- ('.•"•, ;<•• I,- '••llai "in- .'I ;' •• • I I... I . il .Mil!. "Ill" ;• i ':i!-lvi| kli'll Ijirl- ..J i-: rl. • I 'l.. -..ijil .lli'l !'1I""T1;.' |-',v (ili: rice^^aking on some merchalndise here and there throughout rgainawaiting you here. We| shall leaye no 'doubt inthe mind of apy the store. No matter discriminating customt r I.-:,'/. i •,- :'l'j:- ' • -. ..'ii.! !M'!;l,r.!. TiM 'l-- I 'i.'t;. •)ii|'|';!' j''^'. -"n .T!> lu-.i;-.!'''! ;'n'-t'\ i:. ".• (!•-•-;;: j. \ • ,-i AII' <-;I :: iln-, i li '-qi fur • .-•' .-.'i.r. r- i'''i.:j .v.:! ^l\;.:>i) ( . I III' •' •«l.;ii 1 ".lU 1. 1' ( liil<!r:'ii iitiii >'J .t;<l I. p. •r;i:v •••;!• :..'.v- >r.'|i»> i> iti ihi- .-;ir;i: 1 • M ) .. ' \\'- .It!'. • t J :•' tt 1,1,- I - 41 _\ -;,i<i.iV |>i ii< 11 i'> v-:'.i ..•i I i' u itii u- y -l-'i Cj// 11 Iculllf ^)l»ilIL''•. clii;' and iin to tlLle.iiiiiiiilf uitli stjlr. :f.V><l. !M.IN). •'^'•.110 anil u|> Id MIM. toil nill linti »rli>tir liuis In an\ pin 'M- a ;i li:it:<!!iil jtw ^liiiuii s<i mailt liunilMimr Ilat<. iiitir \K\> our niilliiit-rt nifl ttith >o niiicb i'a>or. iiiiii'i'il. ri'^l't al the lM -i;lniiini; of t!ii- M'a>on. .\rti»ttc Hat sitli-s eruiiiirr lliuii I-MT. 1^ )>(ttf'r sttli's tt*> arr told lliun }ou ttill finil in lamr «*ittr«. >iin|ilt iM-niiioc wi- huif 'ir<; hatf t;rottn riirlit n|i in ihU im^'iws^ and knott tin* rorrcrt tbln:r tli<- I'M' a :ia I'lltiT s liiH' i 'lir i'> ti iiiiiioritt of the iK -ijiiilc tttiiil. ttani ton to ruinr aniljliiici-r a< loulra^ tun lil>f: }uu!iur<-l> an-tti-lrunir. FALL DRESS GOODS ttrrt itklnir tbatV ^Olisb in Urta* lioods and S«tlns w lii he found b«rrr IN thif nrwt>!«t nnd mo.st ap> tv>diitf DiTHs (ioodisi sitor*. Son: drcs> (toods lb«ii tti- hHti' I 'tfi- >hatvn lifforit nil in thiy •iixrial >ali-. Full Siiitlni;> In |»rrtlt nrn rlii>trun, xiir -iNC. bi-rrinslioiir und »b«low .strlpt>>. witb .self roloml. cunl«-d rffi>rl>. all pnr(« nool und (*h«>a|i al 64 and r«>nt!>. in full assoriment of nrw shadrv rhosr fnini thio malriiIr >N rollrrtlou of nrttiM fall lalirir> at jard .. I Siili-mliij \aluct> charming fall n«>velti»'s in a fill! raiipt-uf all the new ami iii>>«:l waiili-ii nilors fur fall tt,'ai'.|>ard : J ^I .OO nil.- liiipiMli 'd \\'tnt\ lta«k Voik' fJ iiirlifs vi'h: ii'U j-l III fciml. Si-i- Aiittinili I'XIiorli'U MEWS OF LA HARPE bl6H I^IIOOL FOai BALL TEAM IS PLAIIX; CHAMTE. A CLOSE GAME IS EXPECTED AXyrHEIt (JASSER WAS DRILLED I> YESTERDAY WARD FARM. ick. liiii' t'teulj wovpn iii«-sli. 'Jlie rlirisi'v llii^ anil null- lliat all WP ask is. til ;{(f .<)0 Silk -i and Kaliiis a ))rilliaiit shottinj;. You liin ^^roatpst of bilk stores to sliott- tlio Iar;re.>l varielii-» of new fall silks Jirtt: well \ou will iiiti 1)1' di tapiidntcJ. Come for this sale and view ihcni !ii >'our leisure. .'•00 Pairs;of U'aakels from I5<- lo $8.00 Staple Department fel-l'.iidMl t I.'Mufrlin. vyrd "id- i . llt'jv.r I'lc MUalily Jc r,'-u'A I'riiits ."ic Br.-it Horded Friiu.-; ; Oc S l-:'.r Apron .Cli».'ck GiH:;ham . ."»<r )|i;at.v Cotoii Towi'ling .Vfw lleit.-. HUBS. Collars, llaiidkcrcliief!^ ami Jewelry .\ovclties just received from New York. Sec this splendid line all so moderately iirjced. Udviil \j"orccster Corsets. Iicst.in the land. f.lack Cat IWisiery RUaranteed to wear. I'ioioriat l^evii'W Hatleriis rcromnieiided above al! olhers. .\>k your dress maker about them. 113 r ast Hac ison 113 East Madison lOLH STATE il.. r. lit)KM I I V. I • _ A. \Y. IIH K. \ ,, . I': i . .ill III. I j Kim liT"*: ij !•: n..,-N : ... A. w. r.. k. ! J. A.. Kcl.i:.. . •• i H. I. ll-:Hi>i smi, \ I''raiik Uiiiil!"', j ll. II. C.i;ni>lH'il. ^ j INTI:HKST rvilli o> i TiMK inaMtsriis Saf»fy Itrpiivit iljives ifor rent. NK News of ihe County 1!. rt;.;i .111 (1 .M.'imii- Turn' r who Ml- :;()iim t" li.'lii to JilK'iid SI.'IMJOI, A I.--., a Ill\MO\D, TV" f Mill)!'".'! ..••luOl I;-- T'.inii nr. 'n'\i.i.. .«.• ;R.n (Pl -1 nr^iiii. ' s''i l:ilii'!> wr.':i\ io'.-ij V.'"!.. l.ll',^ • .'-'i:;i''|- niii'.'«"1 iii^'ti ti"'ii aiiil v. il.l i-i-- ni:iii',i Ill's wiiii'-i- ! j .l;i'i • . .i.ln ;M III. I cMtii. IM triiiii K, </. !i ;ii ';:iiiu ;i li'vl ol'j •::,'> .sli'ij', II iiiiii Mi'i'i..-.- ill! llfW > 111- . !•! 1.- li'iiiilnT iif yiiiiii^ • ;ii. iiii.i v^i'l' va'i'ii Ml ;i \<-vy iilrasam I • t:';i«'.t'i?!ii.'o aiiJ I • '.I » , refreshments :i - nti,.-!': .Vadler « • • '111'. «li't< ^,!l'^' win il'. ; . Ci.ll-'fci , piOi'l" iiitiiw- i\ ••iiti',-: .•ni<-i'i;"J' ill- 111:. . «':iUt' \V,M'.' I i,t !i, iiiia till I iii.^r ih«' iol<) \ Ilrallht Kiimllt. 'iiir «li>).f !';iiiiily h.-i .^'.-od iiili .-ill!'. '.M' lii>'.;;iii iii;lii;: l)i. KiilCs A 1.11.- I'i N. ilirci' M'iir:'- .^U"." .\ 1; ii'iii. iif i;iir;ii i;<uii<' I. t;iiii- ,il 'I 111 > ili'iiliM- Mill liilM' • . .1 riM ill';i U"iitl<' «ay lliiit lines 11 i;i I'l -'."i- il! al! ill imris's ll:ili |-|ii^' A .1 -.l;! Ill M..; 11' Tl I'll 111. \>r !"is litii irlw b>t"i''n ih'' Tim ijii ".\ !'i{:li -.I'lio'*! i-'H T. >• I-' 11. 1' i i.r I.IL; |ou!ill:i; 11.11 I'l 111. the H'li'li I 11 III; .losliiiii .Iiui.ijii. iias liis tiip t<. 111.- • :i-i a! <if aliuui : '' '••:' 111 |i!ai ill lllii.iir • ail-! V, a V |awa>" Mi. .I'll -Mi- i; ;.. hfi'il !;.;•(• : ^-iii'i-; r.-itij f Inn- (1 isl !. • ill ii. il i.> A'liiui.. !•) ii-'H \\ « dm-.-.la Ml'- n> y ' I.. S .r.iii Kas u as \ i^il 111;; 1 In' Iij Willi !i.-r >.isi.-':. Mrs. 1 ,\ i.MlIlli. ftili.s ii!iii\' Tllll!Ni|:t\ i-M'i !ii;- .11 Iij Jlr. siiiil M!>. 'riina-r i'j liiiiji all.! - liii' I, .\ iioa- •: nil ; ' I I'll ill 11' .1 f|..Iii , . r an a'l.a 'H''- ; V j-ii.-.i s. \ ii-il' lipw a « I'ilr . Il' , 1 SII.VKII l -KAK I -o «one to ;1 will) j.iM- IV.'S fllV Mllllli' III. if liiillie 111 111 ()sH 'i-t;ii. -1 .if r .- \vi lU \\ Siiillji. VMIS ^Ivill . ii"-i.!i'!rr 111' lioiior of) I'll' Puie in the can- Pure in the baking^ Ne\er Fails. Tdit .'•'r-. lust .Hill I'lail la 111 \ 1 III \ isir 'HHIII' fnll.s '•< ari' .;la;| In j:it rain iis w.itiii " .1- i;i . 1111:^ sr.irci'. lor lt<'«l iiiii' tjiiieki'-t l !i">iill.<i l\f III** lfr"*l^*"r** tt .»..! l'«i|||iiiti... .(It. Wi'P /i'l WUK I III' r< elpli'lil ijr :i liii\ of dill' i .ii 'iini's tniiii his ninili- I'l aiiii sIsliT of .Nurlli Yaliiina. \\"u;ih' lU^llMI. S-'vi'ial iif ill'' Silvi.f l,«-al farm.-i: liaM- eDiiii.'Cli'il with tin' K. K. I i.Uiir-I'a.s «i'H. They lave an obiiii- 1! nice of ^as. . .\)iss liaiilt was In this vlrinily lait. v.-k gettiii}: up a IxirUer order. I Tlie Silver Leaf seliool is proKre-sti- iii: nii'i'ly. Mr, Kinmo'.' lias had sonu' litu' tmr- iiliuic in.'iili' a' till UiMarpc iiiilt . I'liose IIMI visiled the .seliool 1 laHf T ..•sdayiw-i'.' Mrs. H. T Zink, of Fu- f i'lo. Colo.. Mrs. C. Blnckstone. of .Vadlson. Kas.. and ills. L. I;,. Denuii; of loia. • .1. II. ri.Mrui:i .u Ca.shl«<r. u r. K 6 I«I>S<»>. Assl Cashier. Storklioldirit. I.. K. llorvi!,!. A. \V. lleek, Fjunk Kiilile. II. I.. Henderson, J. A. Uiiliinsoti, L. 1,. ro:isler. Ceo. K. Niehol?on, I. C. Kobinson, I.. .\. Koliinsiin. II. T. livans. Jo'iiri T. \Vatl.iiin. Ki.iiik V.'nod. J. II. CampbuM. THE MORNING AFTER loin ita .Nr Rail Van> Kradnjill.t Ur. ro«rrlnK From the Fxritrmrnt of YeslrnlajS tJrral t.'nnir. T coin . Tl I .'ilitl. : .\I Can IP'jK !\, •ni • iii( 1 .at ii com 11 ill.II till- ji >• .spol, Ki I'll'.- conn out .Ml of 1,1 the .\ Thn plav ami (', Rv I au a', point wri'i; <;< in '.•.liei':' sii" will attend JJaker isil>. •'» IliioM .all .uaiii" v, ill i..- played Sat at I •-! iiiinii. I oiiinieiicin;; at TIiiniboMI and ini:-. .\n ^ll jon of :;.•> en':; "ill b-- chargtjd. I Inili'df-Klslvf Company pre.sent l.<'ii.J .M" Yoiir Wife." Wednef. It 111.- dp'TM Hon I Inilioft lli" , wj.i; tl,.. !-•;(,..i.-li'ht'd a .n.u I on i\- 'ir. ''a ,11 111-. liii'M-|.' .-Il -n wiTi- ',*'r.^ 1 I '-al nmiilii r. " Jii'si ii'iniliir III liii- l.icfire will ill- 'JiM-ii .N'ovi-iiilior ".nl. a'I- (ivi- niiinber; on this eoiirs.- ill pmiiiise III be Inti-reiitiiii;. fhas. .Ml <iili'i'l and father, am. Ii'ft the' lirsi of ihe .wei-k visit Willi relalivi- in \Va» a.'. • Si 'iiior cla!is in liie Mouin hii;!i I iijriK lip Ci'-rn-an this tear, t'li- cmirse reipilred l.-niiiK le-en ItlLtlll. (Ill IS. .1 .-'Ileriilllll sp'iKi' ill .Mi'll Mall Monijay nipht. In spile of ilii ipiltij a cooij sl/ed crowd en till' .^iieildi. K. \V. C.'iiiiri II alMi I'li'lnx moiiiliiri. »)ei. :"inl. Chas. ties ii\e> from llllmit.N, were visltini; at • im wa-. kicl.i -il In ilv<' nioiiih b.» one Kri'ii l-^pletSunday. j III III! nnili s. He Was rendered Ull- .Mr, llniiey del|\«>re«l .soiiie lal eat.-.•11 .elinl^. and did not «liidl,' rei:al|i lie In loin. \\Vdll0»«lay, mil', ioiimiess until that nisht, .Ml of \Vc are l«ti< hi uiltitiiinrrMK the nr 111- te.'ili lint two wer«> bi ^iken off r!\«l of u line vlrl at • K.-trneol Wil- iliKMi In tie- iciiins l>> t'le blow and the luoili 's. F.^irnest wears 11 ninllt* that two <eii aliiiir.; a'e in the bark part of won't <onie off I'i.i n'ontli. Ti'i- Ii»wer;'ip was cut en- .lini .MeKinney Is hauling; ha.t to — I|l•:^ llironali and ihe Ihsh ftieeraleil. lola. _ ' '^<" since Ihe lasi election has llien lliiii. Clias. F. Scott was in .Moran K.lali\• s'of the Strlektmid family Ix""'" »s nineh PXrItemcn; around the \\—iln.-^.lav morninc an- haviiiL' some nice mason ttork tclcKraph oCfiee in lola as there wa.s l; was learnc'l iliis w.ik that .Mr. diiin- 011 the family lot iu Pleutiant M'^^'e'day afternoon when the return ;:ii I Mi-s. Ualiih .leivelj. of v :jni>orIa. Val'ey cen >eieiy. .Mr. Oiiart is do- ""•''•i'<""'UI"K in frtmi the T'olo .Kionnds bii; lorinerly of .Mor.in. an- the promt In;: 'lie work. Vork tvhere the Chicago Cubs iiai'Ms of a bale i;ii -l. .Mr. .Jewell Mi.vs .lessie .McAlli.sl"r and Allen New York Cianis were bat- holils a lui.r.'.s.Mirship in He Colb-pi KasminRer spent Fridav evening al •"'»'• I'tnnanI in the National at 'iiiporia ai.il i- wellliketl by all. Clias. Kubiii.soii's. l.eamie. Tn the crowd Hint awaited liiiiii naiii 'li anil wit" were in lo.vn The bi>ys of the nei«; Ixirhood were eawrness the telegraphic report riitMs .Ja.. <'ooii' hunting one night this" week, "f ida.Vin the game were found I'l,. S '.ii •liie;'. fonnerit proprl- Th.is was the llrsl real sign of winter. f""" "'<• tow-headed tonnj:- i-in, : of il. eii;. iii >(..l line r'^uiov'-'I Xuttiiig parties have been the •-tad" the .silter-haired veteran. Wi,. 11 tin- pa.st week. \VaIntlts were plenti- "i'" batter v.as down a"d on' in fill on Deer Creek this year. f'""' ^^ki^riiiish of that fierce 011- .Mr. Fred Diiulap threshed his wheat tlotham and the seoie show.d Tlinrsday. j I for Chicago and 1' for New York, the A giMid many froui tlis vicinity an; crowd was generally jubilant for tiie aii^ndiiiir the "tair at I^Harpe. " . nifijor poriion of local fandoni was Rev. Campbell IK planning on Iiold- ^ liiir a revival meetin? at Ihe church . in th" near future. | Th- many friends of .Mr. Moon are KUurd who stood i>af for .Mnggs.v .Mc- sorri to leant of his serious Ulness tSlfaw and his valiant team and whose While Flafinijr Ye5tenla]r XorninK Rcrtle Uret'D Cut Hb Rl^ht Hand Verj rainfnllj— I 'rrsoMlii. X Cut Ills Hand. While playing with a kulfc yesterday luornlug'Bertie lircrn cut an ugly gush across the top uf his rlgbt baud. The Injury Is very iwiiiful. Foot Rail Toda.r. The loral high school foot ball leant is this afternoon jilayius the Cbanuti* high sehoul team on the MacDonald grouiuls north of the oty, llic game promise.- to be v.rv inlvrestlug. - Anothtr Bie liaittier. .\ gas well which will probably lejt alii 'iii ."..litni .oiHi eubic feet was drilletl ill ye.vterdat on tin- Ward farttl three and one-half mile-, south of the citj. This is said to be the largest well drilled in thin fie^d since the discovery of the ivcll drilleil on the Mort Means farm. OSTHOPATHl—: DR. W .U. ALBRIGHT. Kegislered Osteopathic Phyclclan. State Bank Bldg. Phone 145. Only Osteopath lu La Harpe. Pleaded a Large Crowd. The Slayton Jubilee Singers who gav» an entertainment at the. Metbo^ dist Kpiseopal church were : greeted with a large crowd last evening. This euterlaiiiinent was the first of the lec ture course number. The next number will be a lecture. Dr. J. B. Cathell, November 19th. ] Are Doinir a t>ood Bas^ess. The Ladies' Aid of the .Methodist Kpiseopal church who served dinner yesterday and today did a good busl- nes.s. The money will go toward paying the ladies' pledge on the church bond. now 111 Captain Chance lich of ball tos.-,ers. . tTliere wa."^. however. and his fo.xy a eor |Kirai.~ • I at 1 n n: . i.t'iiit. Til.' 'aili'ai'li\e in .4. to •r their ::-.iii|- ;ii..l the iHliIilIn.' wiiluml a t'-iiai.t .\'r. aiil Mr.-. rla> Wea-il -.'bo w.re leairiii! r-.riiiii\ will live in 'b" iiiri!ii-i <i\i - 111.. M'slaurant of wliicii .Ml- W'-a-i i< 111" propriet/ir. K. T. Ilclinan ef Hronson »a.s in tii'i 11 fill .(iii>iii'-.--: Tlll-'^lla.t I'Vi'iiing. .1. II. •rii.iieii.-iiii. Mrs. fJaili-.' .'mil Wur;;.' I'one wi-i.- \jsliors al Ua- II,'.' le T|iiif;ila;.. .Mr. ami Mr.-. C Sinoek \isiled at his hoiue in Colony. Wlo hope for ticiory for th'-'r favor- w;tli till- fi-riii' r • r'llaliws li"i" Ibis The small son of Mr. Rii.sh had aft 'ay in their unbounded (onfi- w<",. ^?ni operation performed for tonsilitis.' He «l'{"cu in tlie mighty .Chri.sty .Matb-w- .1. V.i'iili , .ii.il Ml. II r. IV Mart a-e is rapidly improving. 1 , sion. than wiioinmany lielieve tlier- ta li.i in I, • Willie f ;rieveR has come home from no eijiial among tin- piiclier.-in fli. n 11'1.1 Kn'iiiit/ 'Milt tl. Iniontown lola and is attending high school In _ hasc ball tmrld. They .pre-enied a Ii^i-r- I ..-niii.: Ill \isll his parents Colony. ' ^ g iinti' Momlay lli- i-; attending high ; -eii.iol 111 r'. ; Wherip BulleN Flen. PrMM-bed Bedford KawnU. The funeral of J. IJ, lledford was conducted from the .Methodist Gpl$- •tipiti eliucoli ycstvnhiy «ItncnuctQ..Rev tri ,M. I'^-nlutni; |>astor of the chUfch. I rnelailng. Inturnieni was niadfr tn ilu la llurpe cemetcr). Mr. IlcOford died In Oklahoma Cltt and Wa^ i.i'ouuhi here ytvlertlay tnurnlilK. • ; imri;«iiST SINDRIKS^I The ihtKit eoniplrle and Up-lO -dato .line of jxH-Ket hvHjk.-. t^tmlM, hklr jliinsher^. ^tnthlllal't, toilet koaps. nuta ^litMik.s. and other diuggliit suttdrtoi lo the cltt can he found at Waters & Daafortli's OniKs and Jc.welry, PrrvAiMlh. I Mr. and Mrs. W. K. liowc and daugjt- t r and .Mr. and Mrs. Deck Lowe tif reenfield. Ind.. are gueiits iit,tbei lioine of W. W. (hllcnwater. I .laines T. Peterson, of Ktsmure. -WM'•bore yesterday visiting I ..Mrs. Daughcriy. of near KIncaid, j Kas.. was here the guest of relatives. I I.. H. .Mat. of south of Kronson. was- I li.Ti- vesierday. • "f ' -L I. Sheppard. of I'^t. Scott, wag a' l.a Harpe visitor yesterday. . l»r. J. A. Trowbridge returned yes-^! lerday from Kansas City where he Witnessed the Priest of Pallas parade. .Mr. Malcolm came In last erenlhg from Kansas City where he has been on a business visit. I W. T. Taylor, of Tales Center. Kas.. Is here today the guest of his brother. O —.Mr .11.i| Airs Hird .tones ami rela- i David Parker, of I'ayetie, N. Y.. -O v.teiaii ijif the civil war. who lo.,l a Wf.SK. I fiiiii at (leltysbiiri;. says: ' Thi- good , r\ Klce'rlc jltittors have done Is worth nnie than live hundred dollars to me. I spent inuclf tinmct doctoring for a bad case of stoniacli trouble. 10 little |llIrpo ^e. 1 then tried I'.'lectHc ftltters. and Ihe.t cured nn-. I iiott lake them as .'I iiinic and tlicy keep me strcmg and well." '.iic al all druggist!-. i Me .\nfjiir iliil not preiieh at tin' ;ijl '-riaii eiiiii-e |i .Siindav on oe of injiirii's received ill a wricK Vjesl u fetv weeks ago. .. I'altet.ion ami dahgliter. '0\a. Ilaipe. visile,I friends In .Moran itler part of last t «eek. • nt show exhibited in Moran •ii'.viv night. Tie p-esenled a eallnl "For Her Rrother's Salfe" rateled ttith two private ears; •i'ook. aMent of the M. K. T 1).. al this ii.'a»'e, who has bn.'n oil II vacation trip to Missouri reiurnrd the fore part of tJie bill at present is In Parsons, rgi 'l Kent began tvorking tviih M-'Wi 't"- •.•.•••11: tvho an- buil.il .ii:: the Itatj^ depot Alonday inprning, hut inly, workeil a day or two when \Voi;k on ihe new M, K. & T. depot ho h^d the misfortune to run a nail foot and has since been getting C I o- «ORAK. ~0 had progressing satlsfactoril.v. The in hf iimn msu c'.irnu ai.'M Tone 's S|>ices are no; hi e rcl y pure: they are the tineytrof the pure. ' fart'tul selection ;inJ improved meth- oJs of Kfinjlihg loni- l.nie to produce an unusually high seasoning valiie. In ^ o BAYARD v-orkii-.cii arc laying the tile roofing aroulld op.cratches., this Wef-k. . • t \¥1»Ie'^"eli)tag:io idrfve mplev into • 1jitaiiei:^a^ you ate :iiic of the tine properties ti.af biillL fpittrs, through ••xponere s-d poor icleclion. usually tack. "Hiey putu|_ia air-tipht packagis, aiw-_yj ritain- iu-r origiTiii strength. ITM."joft!I 'TO tinJicr tpin»-Tl Nfc'S •.id -Him.' CicccM—f O mpmta ' The .\inliial Telpohone c<Mnpany is pulling In a line to .Mildred. I Tiie funeral of Mrs. Ciuldner. who \tas injured tiy an nutoniohlle In West.'rn Kansas, tvas conducted by Rev, .Molesworth, of .MoraiiJ Mondday afternoon. Interment was made In the Fairvletv cemetery. ' .1. A. Willis, of tola spent, Saturday nifrl t w Ith his sister. Mrs. jCox. Cliarb-s Hoffman went to: lola Sun<lay. ' .Mr. ami .Mrs. liecker spent a few^ Stock Show, davs with relatives near here. j^^.,,, phlllipa and wife were over Mrs. Mcf:allen and children of lola f^om Lallarpe v-»st Thursday mixing visited with her parnets. Mr. and Mrs. ^^owd at the stock show. • Samuel Triinhle. . . jujg,. over from the A surprise partt- was held at the p^i,g j^^j priday attending the stock hoire of Mr. atid JIrs, Charles Harje,-, ajj^^ visiting :hl8 numerous Maturjay evening In honor of their, fiends. . . . prank iTravis. Repub- son. Fay. All report a pleaaant time.! candidate for state senator In Cox Bros, will soon havejtbelr new ^^^^ , store completed. -They *•— .h„ plasterltuci done now. 'Mrs. f^ossle -Poslert is nbdrtad ooi rather pathetic siH-ctacle tlie.-,e scattering few tvho bad dared to rent for Oie Giants, a,' lliey hurried away froiii the crotvd and loi-ki -d themselves in their offices or tiKjk down the Utck alley ti» their homes not even daring to ctiine up totvn after they swallowed a ta.>.iele.ss lunch, Wlien ilie.t awoke this intirning and there flash, d through their miiid.'> fragments of the blasted liopes of yesterdat they tried to iiersnade themselves that il tvas oitly the skeleton of some horrid dream sti!I haunting theiii. Itnt as their minds cleared.' lliere appeared before them In large and unmistakable iiuiline that heartrending dispatch ^^^ to 2 for Chicago." Toilay the c.xciteinunt among the fans Is siii)siding, Hoih the rxjiliant and the (Ii.--uppotnted : tvlll soon be their mirijial selves-^iiulll the liost xeason gahies begin between the Cubs and the Tigers. . They tvlll now. have time to flntl out who tlie presidential noinlneex are. give a llti'e ihought to their busitiesK ami ineldentially TIKU a few minutes tvlth llioir families and dear ones. Boosters last Thursday. • • • H. H. '^-"eni and wife -were: over from laSm. Thursday and Titaay atteodbig • - ' anS t:i«(iHiM; frieBdfi .-Tt^1 Many people who are otliefwise healthy sufter from indigestibn, 0r dyspepsia. When yon, cblislder thai the stomach and aJlied dignttrctOrt gans are the most important organs of the body, it would^eem that a disorder there is to be taken Terysef' iously. - . Dyspeptic* cannot eat the t)itnc» th«r like: food aoura In the atomacb: tlv «n chronic eonsttpatton bfiiaa^ or; as to efNP the ca»e, you have been eenstlpatad aU alone, and the •tovis M « fAiced and irregular. But there la no use lettinr Indlgettlen Ko unUl It becomes ohroBie and undermines your health. It is good advice to Bymp Pepsin, the irondsrtal cure fer stomaoh. liver and bowel tiouUsa. That to what C Fowler, of Qirsoa City. Mleh-. did and he to welt today. Others who <M the same and are cttced an Ida A. Por- Jnne. of Oraad Junction, Tenn.. B. F. ; Thompson, of BlieiHuiaoBh. la.. Who ae- ; tuaUy couddm that It aavcd hi* ttte.- You canobtaln a, SO-cent or 11 botUa or the drurtit. and. taken according t» dl- ncU9aa.1k wilt protMtMy be ^JJ^'^J}***and tMsidMtlM IsJM^o^ect'.conUlnS ucoepttenal tonic MOperUes which tbae tbo^j^om^h ^aginfiit te^wtet is •a^ AU sulTetera'tronii^lKMUon who bS^F never used Ttr. Oaldwdi^s Syrup «an ob|aln: a free test bottle by 1 tiw doetw.: It wUI be aent direct to .Itorae wttlvrat mny charKC. In tbte w)Ur tlwHaands ««ve pfeven to their «wni «|i ••faction Dr. Caldv^'s Syrup. Pefstn-ls tte very remedy they needed tojairete- dlnstton. :^hen onee you uae thta WSptfl rttteOy jroctwin throw virfent eathartles; tablets, aalta. etc away. It there to anrtliia«ake«t , your ailment that J«B r ':taidastan& or If sMj i Im^^w.^ tfc« ilalwer yem.fa -TlMiiaaWn^l--'"

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